GATE’s paper stresses the role that States play in ensuring trans and gender diverse youth’s access to bodily autonomy, gender-affirming healthcare and legal gender recognition.
Inequality and pandemics: the central role of Trans and Gender Diverse Community-led organizations in combating current and future health threats
GATE Executive Director, Erika Castellanos, has been appointed as a member of the newly formed Global Council on Inequality, AIDS, and Pandemics. Internationally, there is increasing awareness that inequality is a driver of global pandemics. Community-led organizations must be at the center of health interventions and human rights advocacy to effectively combat current and future health threats.
Statement on the UK Government’s decision to allow the continued abuse of trans and gender diverse people with ”conversion therapy”
The UK government has greenlit further exposure to cruel and damaging treatment to trans and gender diverse communities.
Processes of legal reform grounded in depathologization are being fiercely resisted by the anti-gender opposition. This paper intends to show that depathologizing gender identity through law is a valid and achievable goal.
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